Government of Aragon Recovery Plan promotes a Bonelli's eagle.
Jaca (Huesca), October 27 .- The official Gazette of Aragon (BOA) today publishes the public information initiatives Recovery Plan Bonelli's eagle, the most endangered bird of prey of Aragon, which have thirty couples.
The plan, which will remain on public display for a month to his knowledge and presentation of claims, is the result of a pre-participation process, and, ffxiv gil, it was presented to the counties with greater presence of the species, environmental groups and business associations.
The trend of population of this eagle Bonelli is clearly regressive, especially in the provinces of Huesca and Teruel, where in 2010 have been accounted for three ten pairs respectively, of the thirty cited.
The recovery plan developed by, final fantasy 14 gil, the Department of Environment aims to promote the actions necessary to stop the current regression and fragmentation of its area of distribution in isolated nuclei.
You also want to try increasing the number of copies and your occupation to get the recolonization of the historical territories, thus ensuring the persistence of long-term population, according to sources of regional government.
, ff14 gil, Between the lines of action proposed by this program highlights the reduction of mortality factors, the elimination of direct persecution, improved game management and is compatible with the conservation of the species or legal protection and habitat improvement to the reduction of discomfort during the breeding season.
The eradication of diseases, development of supplementary feeding programs and enhancing prey populations are, eve isk, other aspects that are expected to improve with the implementation of this plan.
The approval of the same also allow the development of collaborative activities with local and hunting associations, in order to achieve the improvement of the populations of game species like rabbits and partridge, where necessary, since both species are key to feeding the Bonelli's eagle.